This guide contains all of the ASC's statistics resources. If you do not see a topic, suggest it through the suggestion box on the Statistics home page.

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- Testing Parametric Assumptions
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- Mediation and Moderation
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- Quantitative Research Questions
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- Reporting Statistics in APA FormatThis handout guides users through reporting statistics in APA format for several analyses including Cronblach's Alphas, t-tests, and ANOVA's.
- How to Create a Bar Chart Using MS OfficeThis handout walks users through creating a bar chart in MS Office, including how to edit data sets in Excel to create a vertical Bar Chart.
- Statistics Decision TreeThis handout will assist users in determining what kind of test to use depending on their research purpose.
- Calculating Scale Scores Using SPSSThis document will assist users in creating scale scores using SPSS.

Khan Academy Statistics and Probability Pages

Khan Academy Statistics Videos

Interactive Statistical Calculation Pages

- Note, For full access to all resources, this site requires a subscription but has excellent resources, especially for students conducting statistical analysis for their dissertations. There are many free resources on this site as well.

Note: These are suggestions for additional help only. ASC staff cannot answer questions or troubleshoot questions about how to use these sites. ASC statistics coaches are happy to answer questions about statistical concepts via Ask a Coach or through coaching. See our Learn the ASC page for more information on coaching types.

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